Twiddling your fingers this June? Switch off your TV set – here are seven less boring theatre things instead.
The Norman Conquests is a welcome revival of a play and genre that is at once familiar and unfamiliar.
A Regency-era soap opera with a twist – the protagonists are some of British literature’s finest fuck-ups.
Shakespeare, giants, improv and more – here are our seven picks for Liverpool theatre in April.
A surprisingly multi-faceted production of Henry V should have even Shakespeare doubters convinced.
Swallows and Amazons is a delight not despite its innocence and lack of side, but because of it.
Risque, ribald and riotous? Naturally, but Oedipussy is a guilty pleasure – if you can suspend your disbelief.
A Streetcar Named Desire is, perhaps, the Playhouse’s most complete production we’ve ever seen – and features a performance people will talk about for a long time.
Mogadishu’s gripping portrayal of modern school life is fast, furious and funny – but flawed.
February brings a raft of new productions, from a world premiere to the first efforts of new Liverpool theatre companies to the Playhouse’s new blockbuster. Opera glasses at the ready – here are seven theatre picks for the next month.
We have a quiz to test every inch of your intellect – and get you out the house too. At stake? Some brill Liverpool-related prizes….
It just wouldn’t be Christmas without the Rock’N'Roll pantomime – but would Cinderella be the same without the Everyman?
A triumphant way to usher in the next hundred years? Or did the Playhouse’s latest production die on its feet? Jamie Bowman reviews The Ladykillers.
Another glowing batch of reviews for Lizzie Nunnery – and another sign that this Liverpool songwriter and dramatist is the one to watch.
Look, we’re not even going to attempt a single rhyming couplet in this review. How could we, when we’ve just sat through a masterclass?
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